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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 I IYi z l J r 1iJ 1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS N ilii ALL THE NEW S T HAT S FIT TOP R I NT 11 A4I VOL XXXIIj CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 23 1908 8 Pages NO 24 300000 SALE lJ1 r Cash In Advance for Every Artic if Sold from the Kurtz Placett t rrWednesday4 j J One ofJthe most remarkable sales thqCurlzsWednesdWhat Lt it was a cashinhandsale Every fci article yras sold for cash on the spot jjand thi way things sold and the prices fob ain d was the surprising thing l t Averjthing brought top prices and t the uJers and bidders were falling over ich Other to get what they fjvantel l JavLcenry thercryer said it w L the Ie sale he ever made Six d of yflng mules brought 191 I 158 15760 181 and 1- 3lFur Qt irs yearlings brought 25 O X190 2 and 173 30 head of she i Cartijr at cad i Co sold in the crib at 58 and 02 is i centsushel Hay 1025 to 1075cc atoni 1 T household and kif hen furni I 1i roui1 i 6 SOCK ces The saleamoun e lto to 30GflKd every dollar sV patd in Ca p I k farkm HARDINSBURG jj I yMiss Hannah Beard arrived from Viri jnia Thursday to spend the hOIld kith her parentsJ I dayslaistI I f T Mr and Mrs Warren May and son j HarryStumut ry SIrs rgarf3t May Mrs S A Pate ThefHopkjgsville 0f1i I 2PIrandi a frMookandSirs iiF Beard returned from Baltimo last week entirely reoovered from the Aeration he underwent while there o jgTha public school will dismiss We q1 ntsdayior ten days of holiday J byHIeI ii- eek from Ellzabethtown sor the ho hisli days I r inijefewRay lt Moorman was here Saturday L o toohis i Johu P Haswall Sr went to Lpnis Saturdayiva ETobacco is being received heroin rdei ney is circulating 4 t A watch meeting willbe held at the I eJptlltjuYrnjOMnefl se meeting will begin at 10 p m eunieFlood and son John of Ok- Iie ftMilton hifJfire andaat at the State University at JudgeMoory o118 but Glendeww fed vbiekllltdj lajfen4St Louis to spendthwin I sidJMrwairJh e is1 8ono banquet bas boon and + d f wasiJfL poetpoudrt CTtJUjiemyFreedom school sub di trictedGreat Revival r the Cumberland Presbyterian t rfcit Garfield one of the greatest a j aJJ aver held lr religious clrcteshii f1astweek after two we t J m t There were 35 conversto i 1da ti9B and others ed de f join the church The Key R4 j tleidr astiNd by the I TJtcNI 1 D conducted tbt services tl p 4ft ti TAYLOR DESCRIBES IeRANKEN LYNCHING 1 v impressive Story of ills Own Escape Told at Night Riders Trial DID NOT RECOGNIZE ANYONE Union City Tenn December 19 The first witness in the Night Rider cases today was Col R Z Taylor the companion of Capt Quentin Ranken on the night of the murder Col Taylor is 64 years bf age a Confeder LSate veteran and a wealthy man He is tall erect and soldierly and pierce ing blue eyes shining from beneath shaggy eyebrows give him a stern ap pearance Col Taylor and Captain toelease some lland They drove over the property and returning to the hotel left orders for horses for an other trp the day following Then they retired Describes Lynching of Captain Ranken htCol Taylor was awakened by Wards call and the same instant a rear window of his room vas arised Two pump guns were thrust in followed by two black masked heads But not a word was spoken until the leader of the band entered his room by the door The night riders separated Taylor from Rankin andTaylQr did theyYSmurdered They told Taylor they proposed to kill him When the night riders reached the forked ash tree on the bank of the alough they halted Taylor and marched Kankin b the foot of the tree rope was adjusted and thrown the fork then some night rider praydthat was Bankins quiet reply rrSone one of the masked Land seized the rope sad drew Ranken up The tree was inclined a trifle and they raised the body until the toes scarcely touched the ground From the lips of the swaying figure came the appeal You are choking me gentlemenr t I pray yqu to let me down Then one of the riders fired a shot the body of Ranken even as he i aded for his life Instantly a fus ilade came must of the riders how Taylorycturned clIdowm Tells His Own Experience crouched to his knees ready t I spring waited until the guns wen then when the fire stopped h d into the waters of the slough the firing wag renewed lIettbut heard the bullets strikin tlaw r was fast or not but he was exg and feinting and had to take risk Silently he swam to the log titHe tulledes3 a storm 6raduallytheyceased N For two hours this aged in the water and when allyeteranttceased he swam to the and took to the ndered all day following a1 course marked by the moss which he knew heaviest oh the North side of the s His eyesight began to fail an suffered fearfully from he imagined that he saw mask in men in every thicket Taylor realized SNcionsenedhim that he could not control or dispel the allusion H eMiss Wedgeeanns1f1s t d I vile and FaPIe+ oiA i JnsC ithe night ri Setis R- TeenJ an qld A St iODVIIGINIA1 t VERSEBYQItTI8054JVRODBRTCaIiOV3B dtt tsias I + i of Gentlemen I am an old man I can not expect to live many more By killing 5me you will be me of much But Captain wlt4mani1yearsl him 11- I The leader replied 0aupeThe proefound impression At times his emotions mastered him and once he half higsI hands and sobbed audibly asff the scenes of that awful night passed a before Ijta eyes The old gentleman was asked only one question on crossexamnation Jid he recognize any of the riders positively on the night of the crime IHe saidi he did not A Xvd SOCIETY NOTES gaveda hlnnelaLt evening Jt was cl bratiqn tthe fifteenth anniversary of the birthday of their daughter Simons A number oiT guests were present i 000 Bridget Pbwefs ofifPatesville Mr Frank Burdette of Wyland Pa wereunlted in marriag b h Bfeyr nt Haw svlilof Sunday Ttiebrideis the daughter or kin 11nqfr ors JAmeS Powers JIll Burdette fornaeyly lived At St Marys and hsfl t ID I fI IN JamesBesido shamesTheglowryou knowEre stoolSomell agoTheyt Where damesThej arowWhodeadliestgl1mesWhile froWhereshoWorheelAndtoeThatreel Where now the cavaliers Tho names 6iowOfi relowAndcommonwoeOf nameless death their dooms to seal helgholTheyENVOY Gallants and growFrom t appeal musicsoWell many relatives in Hancock and Break enridge county u vj 0cohnMiss Maltha Miller was the charmn hostess to the American Beauties Saturday afternoon An elaborate luncheon was served and a most pleas nt time was given the guests 000 Miss Florence Allen Fairleigh will give a tea January 2 from 3 to 5 at her home in Louisville One hundred in vitations have been issued 000 Miss Margaret Penner and Mr Carl Overton who were married in Hender son have returned here to make their home younsvomanhave many friends in this city o 0 0 Miss Siisette Sawyer will entertain the American Beauties Saturday afternoon December 20 o oo Mr and Mrs Byrne Severs were cn pertained Sunday at the Duncan HoUseI by Mr David Phelps f f 7 Ob0 Mr and Mrs Frank Fraize will give dayino 06 Mr J R Taut of 14icuady or vas hiYy f j Wednesdaydrf iilnd daughter Miss Winnie Rice ofjj Owensboro I tJ I 1 I Mrs Harry Newsom will entert the GirlsiClub next Wednesday after noon 000gThe members of the Methodist church and Sunday School will hold a reception at 7 oclock this evening in the parlors of the church All friends are cordially invited and aQ interesting program is promised Huge log i A white oak log was cut and hauled last Thursday by J C Merserve from the Tar Springs to the Ohio river sedimensionsftLRevNewsom are as follows Length 12 7 inches Average diameter 53 7 inches Displacing 1469 gallons of water allowing 8 Ibs to the gallon makingMrs 11752 lbs Then allow 15 additional for the difference between the weight- of the log and the volume of water it displaces and the result in pounds will be 1402 lbs It required 5 span of good horses to haul it It will be shipped to Tell City Ind to Anxious To Hear From Home IPhilp t Kyt Dec 16 IgOS I Mr J D Babbago to Dear Old Friend Will you please t send me the Breckenridgo News each week while I am here Have not re ceived but one paper since Sept I am so anxious to hear from my dear old home and community through your paper I am not able to leave myroom Have not been o well the past few doSs With rnuih love and best wishes yourtnd Prj1 J Dyer J I OUR REGIMENT Epworth League Members Give Excellent Play In Oelzes Hall VFriday light s Brass buttons pretty girls and ex cellent acting made up the attractive play OurRegiment given at Oelzes Friday lvTheone and the characters were represented by the following Lawrence Murray Mr and Mrs Ira Behen James Younger David Murray Jr Benton Eubanks Charlesk Fallon Miss Anne Crenshaw Lula r twereSimonsThere were several committees who theplaybutpart and deserve much credit for their YoungerDItVidLilbon Smith Wrh White Louie Ditzenbauch Virgil Babbnge and Hnrold Murray act ed as ushers for the Company J C Epley and J Byrne Severs were ticket agentsThere is some talk of repeating the play New Years and1iv11 matinee IS- o prob1bJtime GARFIELD Jell Bruner of Custer is doing a good business in his barber shop here Four new dwellings are being built hereTobacco is coming to our three warehonses in considerable quantities AllgoodtheJim Jones mother is visiting him from St Louis this week alongiJinger Bandy and wife were in town shopping Saturday- G R Johnson and family left for Nebraska last week W A Penick was in Louisville last week buying goods for Penick Bros Custer D H Smith has moved to the John latelysinbought and built a new lbyri1 and two tenant houses Sylvester Thornhill has movedon the old Smith farm near here V W Smith will move into the I Simons property next week The Young Peoples Society is progressing nicely and have about fifty members at the Cumberland Church Taylor Horsley bought V W Smiths farm consideration 500 Jonas Allgood has bought the old ibThe550 L A Sturgeon is holding a re vival at Lost Ruu and a great interest is reported Blanch Reed was here last week in the interest of a music class Byron McCoy who has been in Jeff backinandbrother George Brown has sold out his farm Ben Dowell and he will go to Ind iana in a short time H B Head will magorahere to Irvington soon We regret very much lose them Lewis Allgood + and Nat Brunera QmaJ rr V Notice To teachers r fI will furnish all schools and churches candy mods o order at wbolesal- ces See tnebeEgre buying S Ju Drown N t Ping Home B4tery I7 1 4 I y t FASHIONABLE FURS Quaint Old Styles Revived In tho New Stoles and Muffs V So widespread has become the vogue Of furs thin no longer are they re garded ns it luxury but on the contrary as quite an Important detail of the toilet Because of this wide spread vogue and the necessity for supplying the demand for pelts the four coruora of tho earth have literally been scoured and wonders have boon accomplished by moans of dyeing and plucking One sees the plebeian American red fox by no means n comely bend In Its native condition transformed Into a marvel of ebon blackness by expert coloring A process of dyeing has made an amazing change In squirrel which In plain gray proved so unbecoming to most women when It wits Introduced six years ago But the most wonderful treatment of all la that which transform3 the Amer ican muskrats pelt Into a fur which cannot readily be distinguished from seLktnI before has there boon a season whoa the fashions In furs have been so distinctly different for matrons and delmantes for not only Is the wearing oi gable and brondtall confined almost oxciusivolyI to the older sot of women LU t Is noticeable that few of them arc In favor of mink or caracul and that In reserving lynx for themselves ttioy are graciously allowing their jun Lr to have prior call on sealskin Tuts rule applies especially to fur scats Intended for street use and of those there are a large number of styles to suit the Individual purse- S dos are of Infinite variety Some of thorn are so long that they reach far below the knees and at the back cover the shoulders halfway to tbp waist line In fact so large are they that sleeves would almost bo sufficient to transform them into coats The flat broad stole is always at Its best 1 w in A short haired fur but it is seen fre quently in lynx black fox and stone marten as well as in Persian paw in eablod squirrel and in mole The novelty of the season is the rug muff which can only be developed in a poll having naturally a small head and tall such as are seen with sable mink and ermine In the rug muffs a row of tiny heads overlap a similar DirtBCTOIHK COAT IX SKALSKUf number of tails and when outspread U It bwoines simply a lint oblong hand soniiIy lined and conveniently fitted with several pocket Some of the so called tailored fur coats are lliiraUyt In three pieces muff jacket and detachable Incroyable collar with or without deep lapels be neath the throat fold fastening with large ornmnontal buttons It goes without saying that such Outfits ap peal strongly to the women of ecpnoni Ical tastes The Illustration shows a stunning dlrcclolro coat in sonlskln Marked For Heath Three years ago I wis marked for death A graveyard cough was tearing my lungs to pieces Doctors failed to help me and hope had fled when my husband got Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs A C Williams of Bnc Ky The first dose helped me and improve ment kept on until I had gained G8 pounds in weight and my health was re stored This medicine holds the worlds healing record for coughs and colds and lung end throat diseases It prevents pneumonia Sold under guarantee at Severs drug store sOc and 00 Trial bottle free Trimmings a Girl Can Make This IIn to be a season of trimmings and tho girl who Is clover enough to make her own can save her purse One of the easiest for home manufac tare Is thick cotton cord covered with bias silk sewed on the machine and then used la the form of braiding As the cord Is large tho work is quickly done when sewed into curves scrolls or circles It Is specially ef fective on net or mousseline It Is sewed by hand with loose stitches Another showy trimming that can be made at home Is from bands of flowered silk cut to outline flowers and nppllQUed to white or ecru mousscline de polo or chiffon The raw edges aro finished with a gold or silver cord very narrow or with a ruffle of the narrowest ribbon that can Ue bought T1 V V When Hanging Curtains A house decorator gives this impor tant advice to women who are arrang ing their homes They should not hang curtains of one color against a wall paper of another color They should not join carpets of opposite colors They should not put different papers on the walls of adjoining rooms which have wide nrehways or folding doors between Those are simple sug gestions but they noaiv a great deal The woman who la guided by them will nrrlvo at murk better results than she who Ignores them When It is not possible to have the carpets alike In rooms that are joined by wide open- Ings a rug should be laid over the long seam to hide It Beware Of Ointments For Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will suroly destroy tho sense of smell and completely derange tho whole system when entering through tho mucous sur acos Such articles should never l o usod except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do Is ton fold to tho good you can possibly drrlvo from them Halls Catarrh Ouro manufactured by V J Choney d Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and Is taken Internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho systom In buying Hulls Catarrh euro bo suro you get tho genuine It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Clionoy It Co Testimonials tree Sold by Druggists Trice 75c per bottle Take Halls Ifamlly Pills for constipation COSTUME SUPPER Guests Come 1n Character and Act It During the Evening An old fashioned supper served at 8 oclock by candlolfght makes an In teresting change from conventional dinnersAsk guests to come Informally and in old fashioned attire Tho WO- men will don their grandmothers clothes for such an occasion and look lovelyA alas usually hates dressing up but suggest that ho wear a Jabot of lace over his Immaculate white stiff bosomod shirt and sew lace ruf ties In his sleeves and he will be pleased with his appearance at once But mind this is only in confidence in case one or two truly object Oth erwise beg thorn to come in the picturesque romantic dress of long ago It adds greatly if the guests come In character and act it throughout the evening But It must be borne in mind that tho gueats must not number more than twelve or fourteen if a single ta ble is to be used The chance for real fun and informality lies In a small par ty If a large costume supper be giv en the small tables should be used Have no light but candlelight al ways the most becoming and a bare table A large bowl of old fashioned flowers may adorn the middle of the table on a plain linen centerpiece showing as little as possible Large wooden plates of bread cut thickly butter made Into small flat pats dlahes of apples and nuts and homemade candles complete the table furnishing Coffee and tea should be served by tIe hottest the guests bell- Ing to puss tho cups For till supper Drolled Oysters on Toast Broiled Chicken and Sausage Baked Potatoes Apple Sauce Cold Slaw Corn Bread Vogetablo Salad Hot Waffles with Sirup After supper the guests may enjoy old fashioned games either quiet or romping and In the middle of the evening If an open fire Is available popping corn Is a simple pleasure and while outing It hot lemonade may be served HU Idea cf Luck Blobbs Bjwios Is tthe most unlucky fellow at cards I over mot Slobbs Thon I suppose he Is lucky In love Blobbs 1 suppose so At any rate he has never beeo married Philadelphia Record These Bad Pains which give you such exquisite suffering every month are caused as you know by female trouble Relief seldom or never comes of itself It is necessary to cure tho cause In order to stop the pains and this can only be done If you will take a specific female remedy that acts directly on the womanly organs OFCAROUI WOMANS RELIEF Cartful did wonders for me writes Mrs II C Larson of Olds la I had female trouble for 8 years I had displacement which increased my suffering the doc tor could only relieve me at times Now lam so much better I hardly know when my time begins or when It cads At All Druggists WRITS FOR FREB ADVICE t stating ago and describing symptoms to Ladles Advisory Dept Tho Chattanooga Medlclno Co Chattanooga Tom J3 33 lipIL 1 7rrnju i aaoooaooaoaoL1Juu o R B BEAUTIFUL 0- D 1 0- B Christmas Presents 8- D 0 LI u DD mIFT BUYINGisnOwon Invest your money in something that 9t 9 W will last put it in agood piece of Jewelry which is always appre Q j- HLJ ciated by father mother brother sister or best friend We have the 81 DoDi t o Our Special SelectionsL o I BWatches Lockets Fobs Necklaces Rings Hat Pins Brooches Cuffi 8= j 8 = Buttpns BeautyPins Studs Scarf Pins Other articles in GoldI Li D Knives Forks Spoons and many exquisite pieces in Silverware En O graving Free Eye Glasses ffurnished satisfactorilyi4= BWeInvite Inspection and Selection RR- Li We shall be pleased to fill Mail or Telephone orders Ourgoods are first 3= D LI = class and guaranteed j fl J = Do not throw your dollar awayin cheap gifts pit itin pure jewelry = I O i 11- H T C LEWIS 1 H HARDINSBURG e KENTUCKY RD DDuDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDCDDDDD8 LOVE YOUR WORKII A Kind of Affection That Carries No Danger of Idolatry I Try to find work that you like If you are not Indolent there Is some use l ful employment that will give you pleasure Seek your work and find ItIThat way lies abiding happiness AIman who had tried every other road concluded at sixty Happiness Is complete absorption In some effective form of IiiOurappoint us Those whom we love best may grieve us most But work never disappoints us Its reward may be Inadequate but the work Itself If It be the work for us never disappoints You can readily recognize the girljj who loves her work by the way she lifts the lid of her desk or takes her 1 sewing chair or opens her ledger If she does those with a drawn face or aIsigh there Is one of two reasonsolI titer she hasnt found her work or she t has chosen to be a dr lIgell If In her face no matter physically weary there Is tho glow of sat Infection the pleasure of the congenial l task she is indeed a happy girl Happy is the man who has found his work and thrice happy the girl There is no trouble too great for the work you like Artistry Is doing a thing as well as you can and atterIward trying to do It still better 1 Work is tho grave In which you can bury your griefs It Is the mantle that covers the ugliness of life It is the great absorber of the humors and moods of the moment No matter howII hard the work all work worthy of the name is hardIt Is a bright jewel whether In the dull setting of dlsmalJJ or the bright frame of splendid sur roundings Find your work Be sure whcthtr you have not already found if for what you think is dislike for your work may be the consciousness of bay ing slighted it Having found It perfect yourself InI it Never fear that you love tioomuch for love of work Is the only kind of love that carries with it none of the dangers or penalties of idolatry Medicine That Is Medicine I have suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach complaints but I have now found remedy that keeps me well and that remedy is Electric Bitters a medicine that is it medicine for stomach and liver troubles and for run down conditions says W O Kiestler of Halliday Ark Electric Bitters purify and enrich the blood tone up the nerves and impart vigor and energy to the weak Your money will be refunded if it fails to help you QOc at Severs drug store 6 f I NOTICE TO TAXPAYERST- his I f will be the last warning to you As you well know Ig that the penalty is added and I have been forced to f i I settle and under the new law will have to force you f and I would much rather you would come and settle without any further cost or trouble Iam going toItreat every one alike and if you owe any 190678 t pay them before January 1 1909 or your property will Ir be advertised and sold Dont ask me to wait longer f Very truly MILT MILLER S B C I Inexpensive Portfolio A portfolio for sketches is made of stout brown wrapping paper stitched together at one side with close regu larly crossed stitches and has a flap which fastens over the top Red water color paint decorates a portfolio on this order used by one artist the sides and flap being outlined in an Indian border design The monogram of the owner appears on the front of the portfolio which costs next to nothing to make J I When Tired Out In case of exhaustion alcohol added to the bath Is a great Invigorator The most economical way of using it is to have a basin of clear water and into this put a tablespoonful of tho spirits to a quart of cool water Tho body is well sponged In this using the water freely There will belittle danger of taking cold and the bath will prove to be refreshing and restful Nearly everybody knows DeWitts Little Early Risers are the best pills made They are small pleasant sure Little Liver pills Sold by all druggists Stopping the Exodus During service In an Engllsb church on e warm Sunday many of the con gregatloa finding the sir oppressive rose and silently stole away The mln Ister perceiving that the exodus was about to become epidemic paused In his discourse Brethren belaid h- Jmbereto deliver a sermpn coo a plUoquyl + J o A Hearty Appetite is what most babies have but it is of no benefit to them if they have worms Be sure your baby is not troubled with them Sure symptoms always hungry rings under the oyes nbt gaining in weight and yellow complexion A few doses of Whites Oream Vermifuge will expel all worms It is a positive cure and reliable Price 25 cents per bottle Sold hy A R Fisher Women and Words Mrs StubbNow women are not Im pulsive1 like you men They always measurethelr words Mr Stubb with a slghTOh lf some oY them would only giro short measure Chicago I I News Meaning of Fabian Policy A Fabian policy lu war consists In wearing out the enemy by delays mis leading movements feints of attack etc It Is called Fabian because it Is the policy that was adopted by Fablus Maxlmus who commanded the Roman army in the second Punic war He was appointed to the command just after the army bad suffered a defeat and he knew that in its disheartened condition and with its complement of raw recrulfs it could not successfully oppose troops flushed with victory and led by their great commander Hannibal He therefore attempted to tire out the enemy by countermarches ambuscades and skirmishes avoiding a pitched attleThIs he continued until the Roman nntch1tertercd1 1 o 1 0 YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Great demand for operators owing to i increase in business and nine hour law More calls than we can supply Our school only independent Telegraph School in Kentucky Superior meth ods in practical work under personal direction of experts Our students are successful operators Positions abs lutely guaranteed graduates Full information in free catalogue KENTUCKY SCHOOL OF TELE6BAPHY o Dept E OwensboroKy WS Buy FURSHWnd HWndWee Feather Tallow BeetWax Ginaea GoUen SeaL Yellow Root May Apa Wild Ginger etc We are UknterttblMKd la 1856Orer Wceatuf1 LouiniDcandQD do better lOt you than aKBtstff comdi loa HtercKaBfc Reference aay Rule fo LouunBe Write tar W ctlr pike lid am thlpplug his M Sabri 4 SOM I IMakettit LOUISVILLE IkYo rJ + rr IEii i I r TrW t 1 l1ti a OF TilE PIED P1kIk- ttl I p fS1MS B5fRl MRD STRAWS cop7ruFrz r9oa sr RltcrrAun 9 r4 HenryQfar infringing on his particular style verse same who had everybody else Ieaten U a pulp and three ways from the jack at this sort of thing i rALiisTOOCTIICIti 11 41 W kettlesShootingWith an aim that was unerring Swiftly dealing out the hamand Also beefsteak tough as leather Labored daily Minnie Harhar Sometimes known as laughing Waiter Jerking sinkers from the cuisine To the grill room for the hungry Working for a measly stipend Of twofifty coming weekly One day to that cobwebbed kitchen Vinllie Harhar saw the stranger j flaw that he was weak and weary j I Took him in and filled him quickly With the leavings from the tables It was in the time of Christmas tJ Tinfeof oheer and time of plenty J Thi i she sought the boss and told him j Qf e stranger in the kitchen tI him of the weary walking 1 Alljtthe way from Kansas City Whwre the stranger had been fired from d Jusc because he had got jagged and t o11I not work at biscuit shooting SEVENTIP Thus equipped to make a conquest He threw googoo eyes at Minnie Threw them hard and threw them often Until finally she wilted Then took her unresisting his arms and hugged and kissed her Ho was hers and she was hisn For a week or ten days maybe Until had met another Out upon the public highway Met a gazelle with a light step And theyd take their beer quite often In the wine room at OKelleys Christmas days were soon forgotten And the loan hed got from Minnie t From his memory fast was fading JMNEB imi row he In he Where he came Minnie sprung Boned for sev he dig up Or put minute i a young man and He was his uppers In the storms weather And his garb was built for summer him loose and flabby Like a hide hung a fencepost Any cop he might have met then Would have run and him eEIZEB A AND WENT TO WDJUtl V7 Then the seized a tray and Went work with Minnie Harhar until she helped Get a more raiment the philanthropic Set her back just sevenfifty Then he a shave and hair out a bottle loud n D tits- FOOTJTEP TVRIlrJJ SI- Gor r N- JdyPJLrY w1s- r1saY AND W And a put him bughtuse She was a chop joint Farther down toward the river his turned he often that Just as soon as work was over With the he would wander They were fairly glued As they walked and chinned each other All Minnie Harhar One day Minnie Harhar saw them Sure she could have bawled him out then Sauntering along And the gazelle would have shared it And the air was fairly reeking But would have helped to get her With the stickiness love talk Any sevenfifty Minnie very quickly Shed invested in his Saw which way the wind was Minnie Harhar pondered deeply But refrained from taking action Made a sneaX and held her temper to work at Harhar it on him him the enfifty Saying must quickly shed him out of business Waiting then for half a Came cold hungry walking on of wintry Hanging on on him in vagged TRW stranger to Dodging cops him befitting And movement got And of perfume liE smile that working in And footsteps Joyfully in direction gazelle together unknown to together that of of caught on raiment blowing evening Minnie saw he was not coming Through with any sum of money In the use of the invective Minnie Harhar was not slouchy Into him she threw it swiftly Like the hot soup from the ladle In the choicest chophouse language w Minnie then addressed the piker Said he was a chump and welsher Also cheap screw phony moocher jjI Called him two spot bloke and wuzzer Said he was a yap from Yapville And a skate from down the river 1ri a suaN J Minnie also shied utensils Pans and plates were flying wildly Using them for punctuation Walls were spattered with their contents Hurled a plate with such precision While the boss had taken refuge Tina it spoiled his face forever Lm a corner with a table Bluunei a stove lid on his stomach Upturned there to shield and hide him r4t of beans against his bosom j And the piker he was hiking Sit him with tho mashed potatoes Fast around the room and dodging C And a fricassee of ohiokem But at every throw was getting All the time the guests were dodging All that could be coming to him s bend the tables in the grill room Everything was thrown by MinnieI Ia L1 SHEAS- IU5N the I All that she could lay her hands on Until he had eaten through it i Nothing else was there renaming Then outside the door he ambled Jut a pie i twas made of ouatard Exit pie and farewell piker This she seized without a tremor In the art of roughhouse making jj With a cry she sent it hurtling Minnie Harhar cleans the Through the air and safe it landed Trifling some with her P the vieof the piker Is not now considered platterJJwith his face all plastered over And the piker who has tri i f ttjflr he was out of businessItis best that ho be Santa In Grass Valley One town In the United States has n practical and apparently perpetual Santa Claus In Grass Valley Cal everybody gets Christmas gifts There Is no child so poor as to be disap pointed when Santa passes his boun ties around and for that matter no grown person either Twentyfive years ago Mrs Hansen of Grass Valley was an Invalid confined to her chair at the window of her cottage She watched the school children troop by Some of them were scantily clad and looked 111 nourished The good woman for got her own misfortune In her com passion for the unfortunate little ones She suggested that on the last day of school before the Christmas boll days each child should bring to school something to give away to others It need not be anything big or costly just whatever the child could spare A committee was to distribute the things where they were most needed So many little ones and their parents were made happy the first Christmas that Grass Valley adopted the Idea permanently Now for a quarter of a century Mrs Hansens Improved Santa Claus system has been In working or der though long ago tho good woman herself was released from her chair otI pain and laid to rest In tho town teryWhen the last day of school In the old year arrivescalled donation day In Grass Valley every child of the more than 1000 in the schools Is seen trudging teacherward with an offering Later the towns brass band heads the procession dispensing appropriate mu I rI l3ETIE AND THERR A BOY BEMIS A LIVE I CHICKEN sic Some of tho children curry sticks of wood as big as themselves others hold only a fat potato In their chubby fingers Here and there a boy bears aloft a live chicken cackling and strug gling At tho rear of the walkers fol lows a line of wagons laden with good things donated by the merchants and other well to do citizens Suppose It rains Well that doesnt matter The children march rail or slime Santa Claus Is not deterred by Inclement weather not In Grass Valley I I IADangerous Operation J is the removal of the appendix by a surgeon No one who takes Dr Kings j New Life Pills is ever subjected to this frightful ordeal They work so quietly you dont feel them Tley cure consti pation headache biliousness and mala ria 25c at Severs drug store More Important Why werent you at the muss moot ing of the uneniploycd III was looking for a jobPuel The man who Is standing up for you soon tots tired and sits down Atehl i ion Globe110n H to businoes 1 you I department in proprieties us let property are for Werecommend You If description us we department is buyers I Two room cottafto on Murray Well located tents for f5 per month Cl 7Cfl 155 acres on and 4p Kniis of Sinking road 3 miles from Sample Improvements dwelling a Rood big barn is oak beech The oak timber Is good tie tlmbor Beech nover been Timber can bo either water or rail land both bottom and hill Suitable for tobacco and fruit Plenty Rood water year round Terms one third cash balance 1 In easy payments ocrt Gulls clnsrioadu2gmils from Sample Improvements two dwellings three big barnes house and blacksmith shop all necessary outhouses 130 acres under cultivation and pasture 23 I acres in white oak black oak beech and tree Rood size Plenty of Rood year round Onutbird cashwatereasy ou balance fromsp6LtIn good shape good good dwel UUK house 3 rooms 1 cistern 1 barn 80x46 feet 1 neverfalling spring two l This Is good tobacco and corn laud 20 acres In ttmberw lta oak SUltartree ape I balance cleared Plenty ot gOOd fruit Good road to Btophensport JJt miles and good road to nol 1M miles This Is worn I out It Is Rood land and In Rood fix Just j farm tqt a mwith a- li small family I Mexicos Christmas Eve II I Christmas in lasts for nine days ending with Christmas eve They are described as the days wanderings being symbolical of the wanderings of the Virgin Mary and Joseph In search of shelter prior to the birth of Jesus One custom Is to have nine famllos of friends or relatives take part in this quaint observation Each family en tertains in turn for one evening ail the others Both adults and children participate In the wanderings Arriv ing at a house they apply at the door of each room for shelter which Is re fused those within Finally all are admitted to the largest room where refreshments of cold meats cakes ana wine are served In many instances the children are garbed in fanciful costumesThe night of the wanderings Christmas eve means to Mexican chll BACH BLINDFOLDED CHILD TRIES TO HIT TUG dren what the gathering of Christmas tree fruit means to the children of the United States though there Is no Christinas tree There Is Instead the plnata otherwise a human figure made of tough paper suspended from the ceiling Sometimes there Is an olla or earthenware pot similarly suspended One child is blindfolded turned around a few tImes and invited to I break tho plnata with n cano or rod Three strokes are permitted and It usually happens that the cane hits only Impalpable air After an hour or so of failures somebody hits the pinata I a smart blow and the legs and trunk of the grotesque figure split open Down to the floor in scattering con fusion fall the Christmas presents with which the funny figure was stuff ed Then there Is n merry scramble su1ceedsI olla gets a special present and Is placed In the seat of honor for the evening Every case of backache weak bladder inflammation and rheumatic I pains is dangerous if neglected for such troubles are nearly always due to weak kidneys Take DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They are antiseptic and soothe pain quickly Insst upon De Witts Kidneyand Bladder Pills For weak kidneys and infiamniHtion of the hlriddar they uruqunlerl Regular size 50c Sold here by all druggists Defined John she said looking up from the paper what Is a politicalI boom eranIj I Why answered as a roorhack on the return trip Philadelphia Ledger Real Estate Department Do you want buy a farm or If you do may find just what you need in this f you are interest ed any of tho following write us at once for owners name and address If none of these places suit you write us at once tolling what you want and where you nt it and us introduce you to the man who has the very you looking the following properties as being productive and fair in price Do Want to Sell your farm or business you want cash for your property send price and at once and lot show you how bring buyer and seller together This conducted solely for the purpose of enabling and sellers of farms or business proprieties to make quick sales JnoDBabba Avenue Uardlnsburg 13U and BeacrOs and timber worked hauled by Limestone pOVOU of onestory log timber sugar all and terms fencluK one good ponds wheat beech farm not the Mexico nine by 1INATA back are CQnn J03 acres 0 mites from Oloverport POUVJ and 4 miles from HardiusijurK on Cloverport and Hard Ins burs turnpike Im provements 6roora dwelling barn 28x30 feet orehardfi0oI In timber hickory and ouk SO acres in grass QooSlimestonewheat Well located for market Onethird cash balance on easy terms COU SALEA farm eontaluing 50acres and all under fence A nice cottage ct flue Ltd rooms two cisterns u walled cellar wtiu store room over It two good stock barret ono tonnnt home about 110 tipple and poach trees also pears quinces and apricots most alt kinds of small fruits Including a nice vlnyard of choicest grapes 200 arras tJe irod balance In woods itt acres In grass severs groves of black locust sufficient for pests u wire tho whole farm In It lies near Ekroc on L U d St 1 It U prieD is 5000 oc long and easy payments FOR SALE A splendid stand for a druggist physician In a good town surrounded by good prosperous farmers This Is Just tho place for some young physician to step Into agood practice and a good drug business An olestablished physician wants to retire Is tho reason for Bolting For further particulars address JNO U BABBAGE Oloycr port Ky fIRES ANO INSURANCE What Being Burned Out May Mean to a Business DAMAGE ONE CANNOT COVERaEnor- mous J Losses Caused by the Sus pension of Operations and the Driftiiing Away of Trade That Are Not Appreciated by the General Public I suppose you heard that Blank I Co were burned out from the loot to the basement last night remarks the man In the car = Nol exclaims the friend who hasntni seen tho morning paper I suppose they carried Insurance Oh yesa hundred thousand of Itl a returns the first speaker nt which his q friend settles back with the comment n that everything is all right then r This Is the laymans conclusion al most invariably Some big concern r burns out but with insurance to anitr amount seeming to cover the loss the average man Is disposed to feel that it nJi1I is all right He doesnt stop to thInkI1 of the enormous risks of a bU8InessiaJ which cannjt bo covered by insurance 2fand which for weeks months or yeursbfniter a fire are crippling and perhaps l3 ruinous to the fire victim Take for example a highly organ 3 zed factory plant in prosperous times KJ which has been turning out a vast tfr specialized product from the hands of iit1 thousands of expert workmen This fl plant fitted with costly machinery in covered by insurance upon its visible material assets Fire sweeps it and lays everything in hopeless ruin If every piece of machinery every build Ing and all material adjuncts of the plant have been covered to full valuN in such a plant will the reader dareamake a rogh guess as to what tb limitations of loss may be Only the other day I stepped Intaa bookbindery unostentatious In 111 a street signs and occupying n Cflli floor In an obscure street In the ph vator shaft was that peculiar odor which mnrls the track of fire and firemen days and weeks after such an 1 accidentMost St of the fire was next door explained the proprietor but I gues the smoke and the water wero about as bad for us Sometimes it is almost better to have the fire yourself than be next door to it jWhich seemed to be especially true of book material Where smoke and soot had failed to blot and ruin theIstock water from the engines In the street had flooded It until ruin alone was descriptive Everything had been closed down workers In the plant were Idle and tho proprietor wny awaiting the adjustment of the Insur ance which he had been carrying But in the extent of this insurance Itself was a knotty situation Ordinarily the house had carried pol Idles which would bare left It thc minimum of risk on its machinery stock and materials Ordinarily a stillI further blanket policy was carried for the purpose of covering the normal amount of book material on hand owned by others and contracted for rebinding But only a few days be fore the fire the house bad received u consignment of 5000 worth of law books to be bound These volumes aside from Intrinsic value represented so much of other value as to make the risk abnormal for almost any sea son And these books were ruined Before receiving them the binder had asked the owners to take out n v5 policy for themselves protecting them against such fire loss The firm had not done so and when the fire dam age came the disposition of the owners was to hold the binder for them under i one of the binders blanket policies On this one disputed point taking it into court will some one make a ofI 4 the fire may cost the binder who to all purposes was insured It It should be settled In the supreme court after live or seven years for example But In the case of the big manufac tory with Its Imported special machinery Its season of rush work and Its enormous and fluctuating stock of ma terial If on the morning after the fire the assuring companies settle In full for the visible losses how much has the company been damaged Of first consideration perhaps Is the enormous payroll of tho coucern If most of the mechanical work of the plant has been done by pieceworker still the necessary force of directing employees en salary Is a problem The determination of the owners Is to start up anew Tried and proved employees must be retained while the work of rehabilitation goes on They must be paid even if they are to do no moro than watt Settlement of some kind must be made with contractors who have been supplying raw materials from the hands of other thousands of Workers No matter what the clauses In contracts providing Immunity In- case of fires strikes and acts cf Provl dcnce every line of business affecting the welfare of the manufactory has been affectod The plant Isyil total loss Before it can be rebuilt The ruins of the old fac tory must Ibo cleared away In the meantime nil those customers of the manufactory who have been pressing for the filling of contract or ders find themselves shut out of any chance for receiving them They turn at once to other competing establish ments for the work Not only does the burned out firm lose all chance oty profits from this work but It la running a long chance of losing some of its oldest Rod best c tstosiors o4 years statullnXCLka 0 Tribune 1 f C w a J J- jLcT iII t r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D BABBAGE SONS PUBLISHING CO t Issued Every Wednesday Subscription Price 100 a year in advance CARDS OF THANKS over five lines charged for at the rate of 10 cents per lino- OBITUARIES charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line Mono 11 advance t Examine the label on your paper If it is not correct pleas notify us When ordering a change in the address subscribers should givo their old as well as the now address EIGHT PAGES I1I WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 23 1908 PICKED UP IN THE COUNTY iiAti perfect Christmas full of glad tidings joy and happiness iis the wish we extend to each and every reader friend and subscribe of the Brecken ridge News oooTSeeins to Us prosperity is righthere 000C H Haddock has bought the Molllo Jordan property in Webster also the corner drug store Ho will build an addition to the storeroom and open a hardware and furniture store about the first of 31larchr 000F R Greenwell has sold his hotell property at Paynesville to r Will Adkisson Ho is thinking about locating at Webster when there is a good opening for a hotel 000Ben Clarkson is preparing to put in a big crop of tobacco on his farm near Big Spring next year Ho has secured several tenants from the Burley section in the Blue Grass to raise it for him r oooLonnie Allen living near Constantine bought n farm last year for which he paid 1000 He sold enough stuff off of it this year to more than pay for it besides his living Ho had two acres of tobacco that brought him 575 000Thos Carman is another prosperous farmer and tobacco grower He lives near Garfield where he delivered his tobacco It was one among the best crops in that neighborhood and five acres brought him over 1000 000Rufus Kennedy is one of the younger set of progressive farmers in the Garfi neighborhood Ho has been doing city work for a year or two Last year he camp home to regain his health Ho put in a small crop of tobacco doing all the work himself andrealized 56280 000Thos Payiio living near Bewleyville had one acre in tobaccc which brought him 350 oooMinor Compton of Garfield sold 8000 pounds of Burley at U around and 4000 pounds of red at 10 cents Ho with a lot of other good farmers are not kicking at the times or the prices on farm products 000Abo Richardson is one of the busiest men in Garfield He has bought nearly all the tobacco in that section Last week was the ban Tier week for receiving It poured in on him so fast that ho hardly bad standing room in his warehouse While the tobacco was going in at his warehouse the money and goods were going out at his store He war wearing a big smile along with the farmers He says the fanners in that section were never in so good a fix as they arc now They had good crops of tobacco got good prices paying up their store accounts and notes on their lands andnot a one he says but what is out of debt and a little money to spare Abe is another man that has no kick coming 000Over at Custer and at Bowleyvillo the same conditions prevail as at Garfield Custer especially is doing a landoffice business in tobacco Mr Reeves the wellknown traveling man came over from Custer Saturday and reported everything in a flourishing condition Basaid the town was crowded with people and tobacco wagons When asked about trade conditions said it was never bettor His only trouble was in getting the goods Nearly all the wholesale houses have sold out and the factories are away behind with their or ders So it is nearly impossible for a merchant tohet goods when ate orders Nothing wrong about the times says Mr Reeves 000Mrs Abe Richardson of Garfield received word last week that her aunt Mrs Mary McGhan of South Falls Now York died De ember 7 at tho good old ago of 83 Mrs Richardsons mother Mrs Aaron Norton is still living at the age of 77 She and Mrs Daicy of Greenwich N Y are the only surviving members of a family of Zen children oooRev Willott ofEkron is assisting Rev J Duggins in a meeting at Harned It is a good revival and much interest being taken in it byA all classes 000A great big open oldfashioned fireplace with a big backlog end handirons and a blaze that makes you sit way back is the kind that our good old friend T B Henderson greets his friends with in Ms handsome comfortable and hospitable home at Webster Mrs Henderson ia a charming hostess and their lovely daughter Miss Ada Belle makes it a isbI cold and hungry There is a good old Methodist atmosphere around f this homo that sinks deep into the heart and makes one feel better for having been there v oooJ Dont you know what wo arc doing down here in Breckenridgo county Getting in touch with the Money Power Howl By grow inandi making the things it wants and making them good too at fair and reasonable prices In fact wo are just getting on to the idea of pleasing the other fellow and when we please him we are sure to get his money if he wants our stuff and in turn we please ourselves F The American Tobacco Company never stood in bettor favor in our county A GENUINE CLOSING= OUT SALE i 1 r We are going to quit business and must get out by March 1 1909 In order to do this we hive cut prices on every article in our immense stock No greater opportunity ever presented to the buying public of Glendeane and vicinity than we are presenting just at this time In order to make you understand that this is not a scheme to draw trade we quote below a few lead ing bargains Boots Shoes and Clothing Granulated Sugar vvT 5 l2c Best Coal Oil gnUQnfper Nlf11I 1 1lIN11IIN Ail Calicoes pcf yard w 1 lieIJ I Rubber Boots best grade 450 at Second grade Rubber Boots 275 500 Shoes going at L 375 450 Shoes going at 3 50 350 Shoes going at 250 200 Shoes going at 1 135 150 Shoes going at 110 1125 Shoes going at 1 100 Flannels per yard Sc 110 Overcoats for i 5 50 750 Overcoats for 450 Suit Cases Actual Cost- Queensware Plates Cups set1setW Hats Greens I ttPlease remember we have our entire stock and have to reduce it to 11a certain amount by March 1st and in order to do this we are closing out at actualcost and below to do it We have other very low prices but it cosd too much to use space in this paper to quote them It will pay you to comfe miles to them J J GLASSCOCK8 COk I GLJ3ANDI3AN13 KY r A 4T 0 W 0 W OVERTAXED r Hundreds of Cloverport Readers Know What It Means The kidneys are overtaxed Have too much to do They tell about it in many aches and pains Backache sideaohe headache Early symptoms of kidney ills Urinary troubles diabetes Brights disease follow Thomas T Duff living on Main St Elizabethtown Ky says Some two or three years ago I began to suffer from my kidneys I had a revere pain across the small of my back which continued to grow worse and as a man of my occupation if forced to do a great deal of stooping it aggravated the trou ble I tried various plasters but they did not give me the slightest relief I then saw Doans Kidney Pills adver tised and as they were highly recom mended I procured a box They went right to the cause of the trouble and a short use resulted in a complete cure Above statement was given Lou April 9th 19051 The cure Proved Permanent Mr Duff confirmed what he had previously said regarding Doans Kidney Pills on June 13 1907 in the following words Since Doans Kid ney Pills cured me some years ago I have not had n return of the trouble and cheerfully give Doans Kidney Pills my heartiest recommendation For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole a rents for the United States Remember the nameDoanaandt- ake no other WEBSTER NOTES Bright and Cherry Items From A Live Neighborhood WEDDING BELLS RINGING Mrs Ellen Orutchcr and Mrs Ohas Claycomb who have been at Hardins burg under Dr Days care for two weeks have returned much improved Mr White one of our uptodate farmers has completed his new resi dence and barn which lends much to the attractiveness of our neighbor hood The Xmas spirit has struck ouir town 3oth old and young are wear Ing pleasant smiles and you can hear the joyous laugh of the youngsters early and late as they burn their fire crackers in honor of Old SantaII Drane Bros have moved into their new store on Main Street Echoes from the carpenters ham mers can be heard in all parts of our town which shows that we are no back numbers but arc up and going Chester Payne was the guest of Ernest Compton Sunday evening 1 Dr Hondricks has purchased from H C Haddock one lot where he is going to erect a new drug store Payne Compton are making preparations I for remodeling their storehouse I and doing some painting Mrs Mildred Jolly of Irvington visitII ed her parents Mr and Mrs White Sunday Since Frank Payne Herbert Haddock Tom Compton and Old Kent have been in pursuit of the feathery tribe quail on toast has been plentiful Most farmers Ire done stripping and are now delivering theirtobacco Theycc are wall pleased with prices receivedII Vernon Drane visited friends pear I Union Star Sunday Chester Payne Joe Stewart and Earl Payne are enjoying some rousing good fox chases Music from the hounds can be beard most every night J D Babbage was in our midst lastI last week handshaking with old friends and taking from many who were eager to have his paper COmE to their homes as a welcome guest Wedding bens are making more boise around here now than did the dinner pail before the election Next year the noise may be even greater Do you use an atpmizer in treating Nasal Catarrh If so you will appreciate Elys Liquid Cream Balm the quickest and surest remedy for this disease In all curative properties it is identical with the solid Cream Balm which is so famous and so successful in overcoming Catarrh Hay Fever and Cold in the head There is relief in the first dash of spray upon heated sensitive airpass ages All druggists 7sc including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros t 56 Warren St New York Dr Charles Stone I Permanent DENTIST HNe Over CUDVJNtPMUY BrOkiBMIk TOCKY 0 U U7 Trunks Valises and at I per set 30c and Saucers set 25c Turn bjers lOc Goblets 25c Mens 200 Hats for J 125 i Latest Styles in Flour I LFlour per sack 67c and fec sold I find out subscriptions WAS MIXED Druggists Hear Much Praise for I A Simple HomeMade Mixture Some remarkable stories are being told about town and among the country people coming in of this simple homemade f mixture curing Rheumatism and Kidney trouble Here is the recipe and directions for taking Mix byI shaking well in a bottle one half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Compound J Syrup Sarsaparilla Take as a I dose one teaspoonful after meals and at bedtimeNo need be made in yourII usual diet but drink plenty of good waterI I This mixture has a peculiar tonic I effect upon the kidneys cleansing the cloggedup pores of the eliminative tis sues foFcing the kidneys to sift and strain from the blood the uric acid and other poisonous waste matter over comip Rheumatism Bladder and Uri nary troubles in a short while I J A druggist here who has had hunJ dreds of calls for these ingredients since the first announcement in the news papers last October stated that the peo ple who once try it swear by it especially J those who have Urinary and Kidney trouble and suffer with Rheujj matism All the druggists in this neighborhood say that they can supply the ingredients which are easily mixed at home There is said to be nobetter blood cleansing agent 1 or systemtonic known and cer tainly none more harmless or simple to use r rSEE i JOLLYSChristmas Goods i II IrvIngtQnHyrr fI- D n iv M00RMAN WILLIS Returns Home Fora Months Furlough Charmed With Army Life lic Sergt Moorman Willis of Company L l3th U S A arrived v ijSundayij forojbyears longer JIe has traveled extensively and wnl go soon to Alaska Sergt Willis is stationed at Port Leavenworth Kansas p- For a mild easy action of the bowels j a single dose of Doans Regutets is enough Treatment cures habitual con 7J stipatlon 25 cents a box Ask your 4l druggist for them lj PARRISH JURY t FAILS TO AGREEs The jury in the case of James H Parrish former president of the defunct Owensboro Savings Bank and Trust Co rn was discharged Monday morning havyj ing reported to Judge Kelley that it wasyj impossible to reach an agreement Judge Kelley set the case for retrial at the March term of court and Parris iwas released under a 5000 bind jjm J Heavy impure blood makes a muddyw pimply complexion headaches natrai indigestion Thin blood makes yew weakI pale sickly Burdock Blej Bitters inakoi the blood rich red pure restores perfect health Making Good Shucking Cary I Alexistilli outthtNia bushol He shucked from 80 to Jttbushels a day making good money i Kills Himself J1fIburg boy killed himself before his swi Iheart because she rejected him at I las Texas Dec20 DR W M CASP DENTISTAt ThdTir cl I P r IJ r J r t If k TrnCtb1eCopyrl- jjht 1906 lIy Dodd Mead rgL Company 1 I 1 fcly ix private Iando greater things out in the know You will be n great you dont lose heart Grnydou I I + QO f r this cafl t po on any tongcr cant bo nlsoldier dear and sup a wife on the pay I get ho said h a smile i 1 iTon shouldnt marry But I am going to marry ho said I have decided to become a nurse- S iy Intention to give my whole toJCho Red Cross I No Tit s hospitals at homo the ipltals for the poor and homeless Jthel nbln was coming through grouuds toward them Her face sit visibly d J xcited 13s a dark frown and sboIj I i sheiATiere cup sfthe usual hero asked ydon J tm tbly ugh with the real army fatheryjto thJc Salvation Army she ex i pert seating herself beside Gray r I Xfleh I were Jane and my own fress ear ne Ethel what an ambition Jni ic What has happened tot yo u so athJ r has S lould have asked who not tilsti pose they expect me to marry IvJJtlon Army man They say Har g Gnt good enough I think ho Is a unoral young man Irry Who isHarry i my havent you heard Harryn r Im engaged to him I Ielieutenant rtainly Hes going to be pro I 1 though if ho over gets on thot S I line Its not his fault that he o do duty in the walled city Hes- S to get out and fight But er Hero she paused her lips ing together with a firmness that il 11- 1olonel Harbin doesnt approve o Ho says Harry Is a little pup1 Y outrageous Ja- neleont cry dear The world Is fullI en r ot for me said Ethel dolefully Ir Viw picked Harry out of a hundred n discrlminawr i ought to be f noIIi ut how about that young fellow 5 d It In New York You used to say ho UAlho only one 3b fk Is tho only one in Now York fr look how far off ho Isl It takes s k ks for his letters to get to me But ho writes every day r F1 Harry telephones every day I tell I iC i Jane the voice has a good deal to with It You like to hear a fellow V nice things It beats ink all t- oII es It will go hard with him por s but hos young Hell get over ftfe i JYou are young too That is why you TO got over George m not as young as I was But Ive ded on Harry If father doesnt jus get married right away Im Ha arttoI get over him too Its silly doing i all tho time One might never get Ted you know But father is firms e says I cant and he says hell kick x Tarry into tho middle of next summer I a i ither says I shall not marry Into tho gular army Ho says they dont- o good husbands Ivo got the- o on him though He appealed to other and she forgot herself and 4 kJ the sumo thing They were quar v ling about it when I left the hotel utl was an awful Jar to father For two snts Id elope with Harry Vlt would be pretty difficult for an Jfiqer on duty to elope dont you lnIiasked Graydon amused I Not if he loved th 5 girl Ho does too But I havent told ypu the worst Mother says I am being absolutely = spoiled out here in Manila and she j eajs flatly that sbbs going to take me- i batch to the States Isnt It awful Mack to tho fellow in New York I i unlied Jane encouragingly r Ethel thought for a momeiit and a car little smile came into her troubled I yes 1 initlearnedtVtlutrn to the United States with IImmeasurablyIi Wore tired oC the colonel It ITM fire wbo ftrouiied the colopeL8 antipathy too Icattle IIeatengat8opet Slut dwett upon the Giro mtsroriuno tnat was pos sible I Ethel continued to bask in the society of those young ninnies Tho colonel developed n towering rage and a great fear that Ethel might become fatally contaminated before she could be whisked off of the Island It was decided that Mrs Harbin and EtheJ should return to the United States soon after the first of March tQ take up their residence in New York city Mother wants to be a soldiers IIwidowon parole sniffed Ethel al most audibly enough for her fathers earsMrs Harbin at once informed Jano that silo wis expected to return with them She demurred at first purely for tho sake of appearances but in the end agreed to tender her resignation to tho Red Cross society The knowledge that Graydon Bansemcrs discharge was soon forthcoming and that ho In tended to return to America in the spring had more to do with this decI- sion than she was willing to admit Sho therefore announced her ambition to become a trained nurse and gave no heed to Mrs Harbins insinuating smileLetters of late from Mrs Cable had been urging her to return to Chicago David Cable was far from wflll breaking fast and he was wearing out his heart In silent longing for her return He wrote to her himself that he ex pected to retire from activo business early in the year and that his time and fortune from that day on would be de voted to His family He held out attractive visions of travel of residence abroad of endless pleasure which they could enjoy together Jane had written to them that she would not live In Chicago any place elso In the world she saidand they understood There was no word of James Bauscmcr In all these letters She was always daughter to them and they were father and mother Graydon Bansemer one day received three letters all from Chicago He know tho handwriting on the envelope of each Threo men had written telI himhis father Ellas Droom and Rig by A dark scowl came over his face as ho looked at the RIgby envelope It was the first letter that he opened and read Jane was sitting near by watch- Ing the expression on his face Its from Rigby be said as he finishedWhat does he say she asked anx iously Ho says be is my devoted friend for life replied Graydon bitterly I cannot forget though Jdne He Is not the sort of friend I want Ho thought It was for the best GraydonYes and he may have thought he was niy friend too This letter says as much But I like an enemy better dear You know what to expect of an tt enemy at all times Heres one from Elias Droomold Elias Droom sera led a few words of cheer to the young soldier urging him not to reenlist but to come home at the end of I his two years Ho inclosed a letter from Mr Clegg in which that gentle man promised to put Graydon In charge of their Now York office If he would take tho place This news sent his spirits bounding Team of a grate fulness ho never expected to feel sprang to his eYes Janes happiness was a reflection of his own James Bansemers letter was not read aloud to Jane When he had finished foldIedHis eyes seemed a bit wistful and his face drawn but there was no word to let her know what had been written by the man who had denounced her He is Tvell was all ho said He did not tell hor that his father bad urged him to go into business in the Philippines saying that he would pro vide ample means with which to begin and carry on any enterprise he cared to exploit One paragraph cut Graydon to tho quick Id advise you to steerclear of Chi cago If they dont kill you in tits Phil ippines youre better off there They hate us here CHAPTER XXVII ARLY In March a great P transport sailed from Manna bay laden with sick and disabled soldiers tho lame the healthless and tho mad It was not a merry shipload although hundreds j were rejoicing In the escape from the 1 hardships of life In the Islands Gray don Bansemer WAil among them weakIj I tttnd distrustful Of his own future al Jolt a medal of honor and the prospect I tot tin wcceUflnt twwltloa pare ahead of t n By George Barr- McCutcheon Author of Beverly of GrausiarV Etc I him His discharge was assured Ho had served his country briefly but well and he was not loath to rest on his in significant laurels and to respect the memory of the Impulse which had driven him into service In his heart he felt that tlmo would make him as strong as ever despite the ugly scar in his side It was a question with him however whether time could revive the ambiton that had been smothered during the first days of despair Ho looked ahead with keen inquiry specu lating on tho uncertain whirl of for tunes wheel Jane was obduracy Itself in respect to his pleadings A certain light In her eyes had at last brought conviction to his soul He began to fear with a mighty pain that she would not re treat from the stand she had taken She went on board with Mrs Har bin and Ethel There were other wives on board who had found temporary release from irksome but volun tary enlistment Janes resignation from tho Red Cross society deprived her of tile privileges which would have permitted her tosee much of Graydon They were kept separated by the transports regulations he was a common soldier she of tho officers mess The restrictions were cruel and relent less They saw but little of one an other during the thirty days btit their thoughts were busy with the days to come Graydon grew stronger and more confident as the ship forged near er to the Golden Gate Jane more wist ful and resigned to the new purpose which was to give life another color Ing if possible They wore but one day out from San Francisco when he found the opportunity to converse with her as she passed through the quarters of the luckless ones Jane 1 wont take no for an answer this time he whispered eagerly You must consent Do you want to ruin both of our lives Why will you persist Graydon You know I cannot You can Consider mo as well as yourself I want you Isnt that enough You cant ask for more love than I will give Tomorrow well bo on shore I have many things to do before I am liberty to go my way Wont you walt for me It wont be long We can be married In San Fran cisco Mr and Mrs Cable are to meet you Toll them dearest that you want to go home with me The home wont be in Chicago but it will bo home Just the same Dear Graydon I am sorry I am heartsick but I cannot I dare not Graydon Bansemer was a man as well as a lover He gave utterance to a perfectly manlike expression coming from the bottom of his tried soul Its ddnonsense Jane He said It so feelingly that sho smiled even as she shook her head and moved away Ill see you tomorrow on shore he called repentant and anxious Yes I ilhe next day they landed Graydon waved an anxious farewell to her as he was hurried off with the lame the halt and the blind He saw David Ca ble and his wife on the pier and in spite of himself he could not repel an eager half fearful glance through the crowd of faces Although he did not expect his father to meet him he dreaded the thought that ho might be there after all To his surprise as he stood waiting with his comrades he saw David Cable turn suddenly and after a moments hesitation wave his band to him the utmost friendship In his now haggard face His heart thumped joyously at this sign of amity As the soldiers moved away Cable paused and looked after him a grim though compassionate expression in his eyes He and Jane wero ready toicon front the customs officers I wonder if he knows about his father mused he Jane caught her breath and looked at him with something like terror In her eyes He abruptly changed the subject deploring his lapse Into the past from which they were trying to shield herII The following morning Graydon received a note from Cable a frank buT carefully worded message in which he was Invited to take tho trip east in the private car of the president of tho Pacific Lakes and Atlantic Mrs Cn blo Joined her husband in the invita tion One of the sore spots in Gray dons conscience washealed by this exhibition of kindness Morever Ca ble stated that his party Would delay departure until Graydons papers were passed upon and ho was free from red tape restrlctiqns Tho young man on landing sent telegrams to his father and Elias Droom tho latter having asked him to notify him as soon as ho reached San Fran cisco Graydon was not a little puzzled by the fact that the old clerk seemed strangely at variance with his father In respect to the future In both tejcgrams ho announced that ho would start east as soon as possible There was a totter from Droom awaiting him at headquarters It was brief but it specifically urged him to accept the place proposed by Mr Clegg and reiterated Impressing com mand to the young man to stop for n few days lt Chicago In broad andI characteristically uncouth sentences hetI fissured him that whlleF the city held no fudge against hlfijj 4nd that the NOTAJ PARTICLE Of SKIN ON BODY Worst Case of Eczema Doctor Had Seen in 40 Years For Six Months Father Expected His Baby to DieBlood Oozed Out All Over WrappedinNow She Is Perfectly Cured DOCTOR RECOMMENDED CUTICURA REMEDIES e weeksbeforehours after tho birth of our child and I had to raise the baby on arti ficial foods Six months after birth she broke out and I had two doctors in attendanceThere was not a particle of skin left OM her body tho blood oozed out just onywhere and we had to wrap her in silk tnd carry her on a pillow for ten weeksI She was tho most terrible sight I ever saw and for six months I looked for her to go to her mama but thank God and his agents she is alive and well today and sho will bo three years old tho seventh of December and has never had a sign of tho dread trouble since I used every known remedy to alleviate her suffering for it was terrible to witness Dr C gave her up and then I went to 0F and got Dr B and ho and Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment saved her Ho recommended tho Cutlcura Remedies or said wo were right in making use ot them As nearly as I can remember wo used eight cakes of Cuticura Soap and three boxes of Cutlcura Ointment but you must take into consideration that hers was an exceptional case for an old and good doctor said that it was the worst case that had come to him in forty years I have always hinged on Cuticura Soap to keep her skin soft and to give her complexion James J Smith Wood and Metal Pattern Maker Box 234 Buena Vista Va Oct 14 and 22 1900 Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor ol Infants Children and Adults col1LSts or Utlcurn Soap hc to CIMI1C the Skin Cutlcum Ointment lSOc to heal tho Skin and Cutlcura Itoaolvent 60c Cln tho form ot Chooolato Coated Pills 26c per vial of CO to 1urlfjr tho Blood Sold throughout the world Potter Drug k Chum Corp Solo Props Boston Moss OSMailed From Cutlcura Book on Skin Diseases young men would welcome him with open arms his groundless fears to the contraryhe would advise him to choose New York There was one rather sentimental allusion to old Broadway and another to Gren nltch as he wrote it In conclusion he asked him to come to tho office which was still in the U building adding that If he wished to avoid the newspaper men he could find seclusion at the old rooms in Wells street Your father he said has given up his apartment and has taken lodgings I doubt very much if he will be willing to share them with you in view of the position ho has assumed in regard to your future although he says you may always call upon him for pecuniary as sistance A draft for 500 was In closed with the letter Graydon was relieved to find that there would be no irksome delay at tending his official discharge When he walked out a free man as he called it a gentlemanly pension attorney locked arms with him and hung on like a leech until the irritated soldier shook him off with less consideration than vigor Ho went directly to the Palace hotel where he knew the Cables were stop ping David Cable came down in re sponse to his card The two men shook hands each eying the other inquiringly for an iustaut I want you to understand Graydon that I am your friend Nothing has al tered my esteem for you Thank you Mr Cable I hardly ex pected it I dont see why my boy But well let all that pass Mrs Cable wants to see youIBefore we go any farther I want to make myself clear to you I still hope to marry Jane She says she cannot become my wife You understand why sir I only want to tell you that her objections are not objections to mo Sho is Jane and I love her sir because she is I hopo you can win her over Gray don She seems determined however and she Is unhappy You cant blame her either If there were base or com mon blood in her it wouldnt mako much difference to her pride But shes made of other material Shes serious about it and I am sensible enough to get her point of view She wouldnt want to marry you with tho prospect of an eternal shadow that neither of you could get off of your minds 1 sometimes wish that I knew who wero her parents It doesnt matter so far as I am concerned 1 know my boy Youll never know how it hurt me to find that I had no daughter It hurts her worse a thou sandfold to learn that she has no moth er I trust it may not happen that you will lose her as a wife If I really thought I couldnt win her sir it would ruin my ambition In life Sho loves me Im sure By the way Clegg tells me he has offered you the New York ounce It Is a splendid chance for you You will take it of course I expect to talk It over with Mr Clegg when I get to Chicago Como up to our apartments Ob pardon me Grnydon I want to ask you if you have sufficient money to carry you through 1 know tho pay ota private Is not great Thank you I have saved nearly all of It My father has sent mo a draft for lave hundred I dont expect r In to use It or Course Your father1 asked Cable with a qu1 lookAnd something iin Chicago strange as it may seem said Bansomer with a smile I have a few of your C per cents I trust tho toad is all right The Cables left San Francisco 0 tho following day accompanied by the Harblns and Graydon Bansemer There was no mistaking the Joy which lay under restraint in the faces and atti tudo of the Cables David Cable had grown younger and less gray it seemed ard his wife was glowing happinessGraydon Ethel who was rejoicing in the prospect of New York and the other young man studied I tho faces of the three TO HE CONTINUED You should always remember that most cough and cold cures tire consti pating Yet the most important thing to do when you have a cold Is to move the bowels You cannbt promptly cure a cold until you do this Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup stops the cough by allaying inflammation of tho throat and lungs and it drives the cold from the system by gently moving the bowels Children like it for it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar Sold by all druggists CONFEDERATE FLAGS I The Stars and Bars and Then the Red Battleflag The first Confederate ting was the stars and bars a blue field and throe stripes one white and two red and on the blue field seven white stars In a circle n star for each state that up to that time had seceded In battle however It wits seen that this banner bore altogether too close n resetnblanop to the stars and stripes and thus there came into use the Confederate battleflag the origin of which seem to have been as follows This Is the statement of General William L Cabell When the Con federate nrmy commanded by General Beauregard and the Federal army con fronted each other at Mnnassas It was seen that the Confederate flag and the stars and stripes looked at a distance so much alike that it was hard to dis tinguish one from the other General Beaurognrd thinking that serious mis takes might be made In recognizing our troops after the battle of July 18 at Blackburn Ford ordered that n small badge should be worn on the left shoulder by our troops arid as I was chief quartermaster ordered me to purchase a large amount of rod flan nel and to distribute it to each regi mentThis Confederate battleflag was adopted In September ISm and was designed by generals Johnston and Beauregard Red was its color with a blue St Andrews cross reaching from corner to corner anti white stars on they cross representing the different southern states The women of the south made these flogs by hundreds out of their red and blue silk dresses Miss Constnnfe Cary who afterward became Mrs Burton Harrison the well known novelist was one of the three southern girls who made the first three battloflngs Mnpnxjne of American History Dont Be Hopeless about yourself when youre crippled 1th rheumatism or stiff jointsof rou so youve tried lots of things and they failed Try Bnllards Snow LlniI mentItwlll drive away all aches pains and stiffness 8ndlleave you as well as you ever were Sold by A R Fisher The Man In the Moon The dark markings so conspicuous on the moon and known as the man in the moon are great plains lying at n much lower lIgvcl than the brighter parts In nil probability they are old sea bottoms some of them having un dergone upheavals nnd other changes since the water retreated from them others presenting the appearance of being unchanged since the time when the waters dried up or were in some other way removed from them His Thirst Husband May just send up some filtered water Wife Which was it last night Detained at the office or i A friend at the club Husband Why WifeBecause I didnt know whether you wanted a tumbler or a pailful London Opinion The Century p IN 1909 i M will have some remarkable articles B- on LINCOLN including unpublished St documents front his own pen The great sculptor SAINTGAUDENS wrote his autobiography just before he died THE CENTURY will print it The full report of a remarkable conversation with the GERMAN EMPEROR will ap pear in THE CENTURY and an inter view with the great pianist PADEREW SKI ANDREW CARNEQIE is writing on the Tariff for it Articles by Quo m VER CLEVEDANDS nearest friends c will tell the intlmaio story of his life MRS RICE the author of furs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch will contri bute a great novel and THOMPSON SETON a splendid new tale of animal life The COLORED PICTURES will be fSC1ldJf jj sedition offers THE CENTURY Co Union Square N Y i 1t f 1 f Holiday Presenisft Latest Styles In 1 andInAtPopular Prices cutaloAffCall to so us or writ for f C M Wiseman Son y ttt 60 YEARS tr EXPERIENCEV I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS c tlonmsygnicklCommunlClktlon8lltrlctlyconl1dontfal eent free Oldest lIj10ncy for sccurlnrJatonu rocslugepeetatScientific JII riCahii- A t handsomely Illustrated weekly largest dirt Aroarfourmonths YorkBranch r STYLISH COMFORTABLE Tailor Made Clothes All the latest patterns for Suits and Trousers in highgrade fab- riCS Clothes made by modern methods Fit guaranteed Mod erste prices Expert tailors em ployed J H HUNSCHE CasperMav R CoCanneltcnInd H DeH nOORMAN Attorney at Law HARD1NSBURQ KY theCourtsotnrockonrl countLlcensQtopractlcoWurtaOlnceover iItT m IF it is the surest and safest place you want to have3our watchrepaired go t- oT C LEWIS he knows how and does as he knows Ho hus one of the finest collections of beautiful uptodate JEWELRY all good not shoddy at the very lowest prices goldand silver can be bought for Remember it is the same T C Lewis Coinelho is glad to welcome youjand giveyou satisfaction T C Lewis Home Jeweler Harilinsburg 1 Ky L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No HIS Dally Past Train loaves Oloveruort 507 A AI stops at Irrlnston West Point Stltes and MBdora only arrive at Louisville 725 A M No 142 lally Malland Bxpruss loaves Olo roruortlOiOT A M stops Ilt all way stations arrives Louisville 1358 p to Train No 141 Dully fasttnall loavos Olo verport 4i8 p m stops at all way stations atLoulavlloTrain No Nil Dally Cloverport accommo dation arrives Cloverport O Dm WEST BOUND ccommodatlonloavesstations arrives IIandorsonSSbam Train No 141 Dally fast mall and express onlyIIawosvllloi at Stanley II ndor on and Evansvllle arrives St Louis 750 p m Train No H3 Mull and Erpress dally ar rives Olovorport 748 p m Evansvllle 1033 m Stops at all stations No 145 dally St Louis fostjtraln leaves Olo verportnoa Pnt arrlvoj Evansvllle 135 A Bt Laws 740 A M stop at Hawesvllle Owensboro and Henderson only Chair cars on trains 141142143144 between Louisville and Evansvllle Tnrough sleeping cars and tree roclnlnit chair cars on trains U5 14A between LoulsvlUo Evansville adLouis f Fordsvllle Branch yrEAST BOUND r loaves6ordsvllloalD Train No 4 Dolly except Sunday loaves J Fordsvilly 330 y m arrives Irvlncton 680 p111 Train No 6 Sunday only a Ford villo70a a m Irvington Q35 a m WEST BOUND Train No3 Dally except Sunday leaves Irvington l1JO a m arrives Fordsville 355 pm Train No5 Dally leaves living ton 705 p u arrives fords villa 1015 D m l Sales 6000 A Year A splendid business stand store house stock of goods good will etc Annual snles 5000 to 6000 a year Post office in connection which pays about 120 peryear Three miles from station on the branch Here a fine opportunity for n man withrtsmall capital to drop right into a good t business For further traTticularswrUe JNO D B BBAGB Gloverport Ky r L TT f a jpp1 Y fit 1 l cY 0 j rf f rJ H 1AW vr J tll IJ pi j Dont delay bayirig you- rI fr I I I CLOTHINGI longir but see Alexander fffor bargains Big reductions in ClotheI it1 t Clothing J otnO50 Suits Jpr = 750 i25iu 9rori 9 o 4 tJ5 trnuitfor 12 r0 4Cnn now while you can get a COOtt sclectlol t as all tinter cloth infc must bftgPld in tlc net30daysl S 500 Overcoats at 39S 750 Qvtrcoats at 500 Overcoats at 851Q i I 11100 750 tol2M odd Pants per pair 4ra 1 Good Jeans Pantsat 100 tP i25nE Corduroy Papi Ladiest r ReadyMade Skirtst t Jt I carry a rt complete line of Ladies reuay made skirts frotr aDS to 1000 I1E 7 Shoes I have the celebrated Star Brand Shoes none Letter than these I 901Ladies1 251 1 lot Ladies ftiihocs 150 it 100 l a y shoes IIworth 125 slides at 100 l50 at 100 Ltfdies sample shoes vvrdrth200 at 100 g Illot Ladles samplel shoes woith150to 350 at 150 4 Ladies Cloakst Sf1fdtes black cloaks otrorth fSOQat 36- 0I 1athlack 1Oal5I I worth 87bat 500 Ladies blue and brown cloaks worth 750 at 500 WINS Katherine Gets Tlit One Dollar In The Sub scription Contest I t Katherine McGovern a member of the Boys and Girls Department of the Br ckenridge News was given the dollar for getting the most subscriptions to the paper Her service and interest were greatly appreciated The Assistant Editor would like to have her picture for the News and also wants the picture of Mary McG wock who won the first prize offered Tile News wants to get the photograph of every prize winner in the department r A one dollar bill has been sent to Kathi linj and The News hopes she will have a Happy Chrjstmas i would write you ohd tell you what I wanted I want a air gun shot toy pistil and 20 boxes ot caps 10 Roman Cannons 3 twentyfive shooters 1 par of leather gloves a par of over shoeianda sleigh bannftnes candy wax nuts oranges i Well Santa bring my little brother John something too he is 0 years old My name is Earnie Bates Hardinsburg Ky o 00 Wants Auomobile Dear Santa Claus J am a little boy seven years old I rvant an air gun toy pistol tricycle tool box over shoes automobile five Roman cannons cracker jack and pea nuts Bring Johnnie somcthing Come early VA 0 a Hardinsburg Kyi 1 1 r f o 1 Lives1n Louisville tIS if 3 k ot 1 j Dear Santa Kv C I wliiknswer your letter wfilchouVR i S ff v t f- iliL 4 f Ladles cloaks all colors Worth 1250 at J 100 Children cloaksFworth 175 at = 12 Childrens cloak- sworth250 1 at 2 00 Childrens cloaks worth 500 at 36C Childrens cloaks i worth 750 atV 56 jLadiesNeckwear Belts r Handkerchiefs rtc f and st0 I have a complete line of these goodsfor the Holidays and woUlc be glad to have you call mia let us show them tQ you 4 Furs and fluffs All Furs and Muffs must be sold in the next 30 days and it will pay you to see my Hneaslhave a very complete lineat greatly reduced prices Furs from 8125 to 750 Y All ool and A w V Hf Cotton Blankets 14Qtc6ttpfi blankets c 7 wottn75c at a 4g l lot cottO nblankets- K worth 100 at 75 1 ilot cotton blankets worth 125 at 100 1 lot cotton blanket- sworth150at 125 1 lot cottpn blankets worth 250 at 200 All wool blankets in white andred 3981Woolworth 500 at 400 11IfRVINGTON1 IMQfU JlWI1fIfU111JJt CHILDRENS DEPmMENTJ PRIZE McGoyern Kentuckian nutscandy LevBates wrote me from KaufmanStraus store Pleasebring me two nibe books rnot story books a pair of TQugh rider gloves little cart and harness for my big hqrse a little umbrella larger post card album n game tree plenty of fruits and nuts and Santa I would ask you to bring me a squirrel dog shot gun coat and bQots like my I papas but 1 fciiow you would say I ani too small for I am only seven Vpur little fjJend Hamman 712 E Market St Ky r Christmas Gifts Approptiate t e For All t If you have bedn delayed 7 in eating some of your presents cmetg us It and we can assist you in deciding immediately what to get We have all kinds of Noy cities Jewelry BooksHand ke chiefs1 Ties Gloves Beau tiful Wearing Materials und every suitable for young and old Toys of every description for thelittle ones Come to us tomorrow for t your fin r elcctiQs and we will give you what you de sire R iM JOLLY IrvinJ t9n y 1 d- tf 11 i r r 17- 1K F 4 Wool blankets il Iworth 0dO tSOO i theseithem to you j HatsV i i1 j I Gall and set myr green hats Allthe latest things in mens hats for the Holidays lyienjs lNeckWexirjl t 1daysl 1 mats iierkttcar and mUfllctb forI the Holidays I oiM Specials Look at thfese snecialprices goqd until after the Holidays All calicoes at 5Cf hood Domestic Cotton 4c Hoosier Cotet + 5c Rope Cotton 4 t wVr 7 0 Plarinelebf 1dJOuCirig cjoth border dj at lOc- I i t- 181bs Granulated Sugar 61iOO 15c Coffee per pound 12c Mince Meat Vera best 3pkgs for 25c fbdxes seeded Raisins for 25c n ifooxes seeded Currants25qi- 4blg cans Tomatoey 25c fbtg cans PtlmiRJp 25c J iio 2 cans Lye Hominy 15c dtansSSteet k6tatoes 2 cans Corn for t i 25cIII have the r agencyfor E Phonographs and recordsandJ a good assortment Ce in and buy dne for the Holiday II T W If1J1I hunting RobertL Louisville thing Wants Aluch 4 a DearantaClawss I am a little bby 2 years old and I want you to bring me somenice things for Christmas I went a cock horse a little white kitten on wheals some fire crackers a tin horn a drum some nuts candy apd some nice things to eat Yes I have a little brother 3 months old dont forget him Bring nim a rubber ring We are both good boys SantyI think you could find these things at Mr Noltes Your loving little boy Forrest roods Cloverport Ky Opo Santas Little Friend 1 Dear old Tanty Taws I am a little Boy three years old and W 1l1 dI C tJI andwoodit rubber ball sum banndes Caody and oranges and dear old Sattt please dot forget my little sister she wood like a big doll that can go to sleep a little chair soma candy oranges and nuts I also have a littkLsbrother two months old he would likea goe cart and a rattler and now Dear SanfyTaws hoping you will not forget mo I reraane your little Friend 4 Samuel WUlber Coxr Sam te JY 1W yoLittlef v Cloverporter Dear Santa CladsI aura little girl eight years old I go to school 1 try to mind my mother and dean Santa I want you to bring mt a doll that opens andshuts sey sLaillce story book candies nuts and oranges Now Santa please dont forget me lam mammas little girl I live on Second and Rail road Street 1 KalhleenSquires Cloverport Ky fY n 0 0 I 1 i Appreciativej i t Dear Old Santa Clause r I will J1inkouCQi rememberingme l4 so kindly last Xmasand please Itvouldi like to bo remembered again hIs Xtnas I wouldlikea book and some kind K a 1 pretty doll a teddy bear a game rind a pair of hair ribbons AndSaiUaClaUse e I do like Candy nuts rfndiruft S i Froraypur little friend SelmaYoungSippell 4 CloVerpot tr i r4 ooo it Wont Peep 55 Dear OUa Santa CllousAs Xmas iis near I thought I would write and tell J you what I want Iivanl you to please bring me a Rockin Cheer and a big Doll and Ruby a Berlin Cheer andi big Doll and little Brother wants a 16 Rocky Horse and please bring us plenty of good things to ate We live a mile from Tarfork We will go tp bed early and wont Peep so dont Forget Mama dad Papa wee are there little Pets so please Reraemberus Your little Girls Mine and Ruby Keenan larfork Kyi V tV 0 o i One Little Sweetheart I Dear SantajClaus f We are top littje to talk but wee want thlngstariUAope you will come to see us andQU pur little stockings Tie good fbour little sweetheart Hugh Barrett Severs Fo1ittl Irjentls tarion Behem II Jane Lamar Sawyer 1 Ehdora McGlothlah Younger t 0 Q 0 f MotilerJJ Helps tier t v Dear Old Santa Claus r v IJ ma little gfrlsx Years old and liveonemili from town I will tell rouwhat Iwant forVXmasf I want some candy orangea big doll aniCd little stor book Please ct pot for 1 fetmy little brother Paul He wants lots of candy and inair gun and a Teddy Bear I hope I have not asked for tooii much I am a godflitt er girl Wand help my mother Ii w111Uo to bed early and close iny eyes tight 1 + Promypuf little frjend f Lena EdnaMurjijhy J Eardlnsblirg Ky II J v OO 0 at V i f Yft v FIve Years olds 1 i t pear Santa Claus I am a little girl five ears old and 4 Meqs Suits coats 1 M u Jjj t Good quality and correct stylesl GoldTrading Steps giytm on all cash salesf Ai I t We are showing the nicest line of NECK WEAR ever brought io this town ati6pular Prices tt b Mens Fleece Lined Underwear Suit t tJsold another stores for 1001 our pricJ C n fi I iIJlftf rfI go to schooll v6ry day I big doll and doll buggy and a ddl bed and a piano and handles an fruits of all kinds pont forget m little brother He if tWP years oli and wants a little edgine and a pisto and spine caps lire crackers candles and fruits of all kinds good byd From V L rpnnle Franklin Burden McQuady Yvv O b0 It Lives In Illinois DearS to Claus rt Itt casev6end me a doll buggy dress alair ribbon some candy lots of huts Dont forget where live tn G I will shift my and Oiiund r IlyI 1r littl liIJ Moweaqualill 4tiladys Ellen 000- c Weatherhplt t Wants finch Rear Santa Itvhlrlteyiiualetterto let yo know what wept for T mis I wan ii doll a set of dilhesJi little dresset1 Spellliifij Book candies nuts oranges bannas apples and a little room I am not old enough to go to school g1flant io be ina sC 19nd reader by+ the time I tam old enough to gotqschQQ1 I am a little girl 5 years ofage and I dont want you to forget to cqme around I want you tp come amTaee my littlqsbfother Tie roul like a r ttlerSjs not old enough to enjoy Xinas yet I will close fotthis time 1 Kr Your little girln V Vf w Helen Mattingly Mattingly Ky 1 fvy v j 1a 11 A Qooid Little Boy A i near Santa Glirqsl J want you ta tiring met high arm cair and a little rock ahorse an Sopie laqnjis anti apples and oranges antoniqcandayh would like to Visit nQyUttle frIend Roy Dowell but as I havthe whooping cpugh I will1 stay at worae Please dont forget me SantafgyouJ little boy ttjo loyzshley- Glcndeane y oJro Q I Wants a RociirigHorse t v rDear Santa Claus As it fs almost XmaS I thought I would write ansdtpHyu what I wouldl like to have I am A little boy tliree pars old and would like to have a rocllinghorscAbig train gun lharp hot anS other toys that would be nice for me Soploaiu diqntforget mfe andiitjvjllgb to bed early andi lau1t my stocksSobyby From a little boy- auyEdgltslir Baiham Lodtburg Y v l Wants Big Doll Du Santa GnusI I twill tell you whatIwant for Cnristmas Iant a big doll rind littfe set of dishes and some orartges and nannies and all kinds 6f pretty candles dear old Santa I Jiv6 o way out in the country but I hopeyou willl find our house 4w f Ypur little GI 7 j Annie Lee Bandy Bevley vileKy V o r a lf ro fj rt Ji wdfNot Forget V Clause tpeariSanta v IAhinmt1e boy 8 years old V S anta tbayous bj Santa Clause I would like fo you to bring me some nice candies llSTATE TENNESSEE UTORNEYI t 1 HON LAPS U JttiCOKDv J- tHON LAPS ll ArqtiO PraKS 9 NI 4 7rthlngton D Q HxAdjtifewal 1 atetsAttorney at Nft8hyille fife fttt atdilai o friend o1a PerunaIiedues naflieat0ite Jto give Pactin endorsomeat to iiik rwjr i excollori remedy T As a ladle Fprnqa has ao wji r t But It is sa catarrh Temed it h achieved its worldwide notoriety alas Co success tAny catarrh romedy to become per j manently oflcotnal in the cnre of e 1tarrh must contain tpnio and myigotav ing qualities with its antis atarrhil qualities Catarrhalway an txpr slew of nerv weakness 41ihr taut 3orgeneral It Is tlioroforo iHipprtiat of that a catarrh remedy Bhouhi possess g reliable invigorating qualitiea la order 4 to thoroughly rid tho system of tatarrh Pera na for Celtis j ji 4 Hon R S Ryan now rcslArfg in Nome Alaska was formerly Mom or Iot the English Honso of Pa nment i and Secretary to the late Irlslatrlot Charles Stewart parnellHiiBWask Ington address isNetvNillar Hot V J VVashlngton D C Ho writes S 41 have used Poruna snores lDoom tt mend your rpmody as a Very o +ative cure for colds and catarr HI- rplJstsRS Ryan Ask your Druggist for a Free ra Almanac for 1909 Oiranges Raisins Nuts and Ba iek and n little knife with two Blaaesii- l It f Now Santa Clause Tease dont formefc tQ stQP as yourpass by From o UJ little boys 1 f o o ott Llyts Near Town t Deaf nUtaOn us i d rauiA lUtlp1 girl my name id Lillfahj I am nine years old I want you ts bring the a bTg Jojl and a little setott 1 dishes and same candy and all liindauft frthings i wan typu to bring my 1fttR sister a little cart and mo a nicebopioy read I live three miles from tornrlr LuHaI1 l11 rrJioiJ Jlbt Six + tIjjMy Dr+ kk- f I ahl ra little iriSir years 9lqJIW yeti to bring me a big dell and fcatjdyand little set of dishea arid ias J lamp Bring mylittle sister a rocIinn chair Edith Dirllep I BRABANOt HERE i AFEW DAYS LONGEfir y C Brablandttthe Eh6tograxherrvU e Ji pvinthecityleaveyfor the South Have YP 1ipfi7f rtQte and other photographs made before h s departure 1 JbiALk SPEC1T1O- n f Shoes Clothing Mens Furnishing Goods Glo eeries Hardware and Queensware 0 r o d 501i oeAldridgehitjHook = 6- I Good I ROt JCbtt6 at lOca pound iA a1 WorkmansComblnatlon0veriitllJ 1 8worth 250 everywhere elgeoI r pricet 7 f sketJ Work Shirts 47ci11 4 I r fh f JIProduce takepln Cxchan a ttood at Highs l iarket 1r1du II Drop in and see hoyv ur store looks under r tnew arrangement I r rJ R Mf JT 0LLYi a iRlVIN6TO KFNTtTCKY N n r J ctt f- CJ IJIIi r Q